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Sounds Like: A lo-fi Elbow, Fiest, with balls
Label: Self released
Manager: Self managed
Bio: After stints as the dancing frontman of various indie rock bands, Jacko Poli has finally settled down to business and launched a debut album, ‘The Chords for No Noise’.
Commencing work with Producer Grant Henderson in Spring 2011 and working with talented multi-instrumentalist Luke Hirst, the a...See Full Bio
“The one thing that becomes clear is that Jacko Poli is patently incapable of making sub-standard music, as we watch the video of the song “Dance,” taken from his debut album, “The Chords For No Noise”. This track is yet another sublime, literate and unpredictable Brit-pop masterpiece, brimming with tuneful deviousness, an intelligent arrangement and interesting subject matter. Jacko Poli is by far and away one of the most promising indie acts in the UK. His music is big, bold, shiny, clever and pure sounding, without ever being sterile. If you enjoy music that the likes of Blur can only dream of making, dip your ears into Jacko’s ocean of sound. “Dance” is a good a place as any to start. Once you’ve begun, you won’t be able to stop, and you’ll be hooked enough to grab a listen to the entire debut album.”